Season ends in aftermath of Sandy

Posted by Long Island Prospects on Nov 15 2012 at 02:33PM PST in 2012 Fall

The final two games of the 2012 season won’t be played after postponement due to hurricane Sandy. The significant impact to so many Long Islanders and others along the east coast has been at the forefront of many people’s lives these past few weeks. With the gas shortage moving behind us, most folks’ electricity restored, and relatively minor damage and clean-up resolved, most of us are lucky enough to have returned to ‘normalcy’.

The Rebels-turned-Prospects delivered another year of tremendous accomplishment. The 12-year-old season was a very dynamic one encompassing play on four different field dimensions, a NJBL American Spring title, a trip to the finals at Diamond Nation, reaching the ‘states’ in the LLWS, an incredible week and #18 of 104 ranking at Cooperstown Dreams Park, a NJBL Labor Day Tourney title, a three-peat at Baseball Heaven’s Columbus Day Wood Bat Tourney, and an undefeated campaign playing 60/90 in Boys of Summer – Fall National.

Regardless of our effort to meet with top-quality competition each step of the way, the team compiled an incredible stat line of 59-8-1/.868/RF 536/RA 151.

Here’s looking to a productive off-season of recharging, building strength and speed, raising proficiencies, and setting the stage for new challenges and inspiration in 2013.


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